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Miami women hold on, beat Villanova for 1st trip to Elite 8

Jasmyne Roberts scored a career-high 26 points to help Miami overcome blowing a 21-point lead and beat Villanova 70-65 on Friday for the program’s first trip to the Elite Eight of the women's NCAA Tournament Read More


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Gonzaga beats UCLA 79-76 in Sweet 16 on Strawther's shot

Julian Strawther hit a 3-pointer with 7.2 seconds left to answer a 3-pointer by UCLA’s Amari Bailey, lifting Gonzaga to a wild 79-76 win over UCLA in the Sweet 16 More »


Nola vs. deGrom, Ohtani highlight MLB's opening-day matchups

The Texas Rangers aren't wasting any time in seeing what they have in Jacob deGrom More »


Florida Atlantic makes first Elite Eight, bounces Tennessee

Florida Atlantic, playing in just its second NCAA Tournament, moved within a victory of the Final Four by using a second-half push led by Michael Forrest to beat fourth-seeded Tennessee 62-55 More »


UCLA's Kiki Rice AP Diary: On to the Sweet 16!

UCLA freshman Kiki Rice is checking in periodically from the NCAA Tournament as told to AP Basketball Writer Doug Feinberg More »


NFL to vote on changes to punts, kickoffs for safety

The NFL will consider significant changes to the kicking game, with the competition committee proposing that the league adopt the college rule that allows touchbacks on fair catches of kickoffs and moving the touchback spot on punts to the 25-yard line More »


Nowell breaks NCAA assist record, KSU beats MSU 98-93 in OT

Markquis Nowell broke the NCAA Tournament record for assists in a game with 19, his last two on spectacular passes in the final minute of overtime, and Kansas State beat Michigan State 98-93 in a Sweet 16 thriller at Madison Square Garden More »


Track bans transgender athletes, tightens rules for Semenya

Track and field has banned transgender athletes from international competition while adopting new regulations that could keep Caster Semenya and other athletes with differences in sex development from competing More »


Sakamoto defends women's title at figure skating worlds

Kaori Sakamoto has fended off a challenge from South Korea’s Lee Hae-in to become the first Japanese woman to defend her title at the figure skating world championships More »


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